After looking at 33 Cool and Creative Bus Shelter Advertisements, it’s time to move inside and check some great interior transit advertising examples. To be more specific, we’re talking about creative bus and subway handle advertisements.
So, I went to some fast food places, and picked up burgers/tacos, so I could compare them with the ads. I brought the “food” home, tossed it into my photography studio, and did some ad-style shoots. Needless to say, the results of my little project were unsurprising… which shouldn’t be a surprise.
Needless to say, the results of my little project were unsurprising… which shouldn’t be a surprise.
It may be hard to believe, but an average North American sees 3,000 ads per day. They are everywhere – at the gas pumps, in a bathroom, in the movie theater, on a bus and in the bus – advertising is impossible to avoid. When traditional advertising mediums are loosing their effectiveness the answer is – ambient advertising.
It’s always funny to read old computer magazines, because nothing gets old faster than the technology news. Here are some very cool vintage computer ads for you – laugh while you can, because next time someone will be laughing at what you have right now.
Food Flags is a series of ads promoting Sydney International Food Festival in which national emblems were made out of edibles indigenous to the country it represents. They’ve creatively used these images to advertise the international aspect to their festival which took place in October 2009.
If you don’t live in a cave you’ve probably already seen some very powerful WWF advertising campaigns. If you liked it (and I’m 99.7% sure you did) you’ll definitely enjoy this huge collection of the most creative WWF ads , not to mention that they also have a Panda in their logo.
Have you ever seen a cool bag advertisement in your real life? I mean those viral bagvertising examples which are now all over the Internet.
I bet 99.99% of you haven’t, but at the same time 99% of us have seen them on the net.
So, my question is – what are advertisers aiming at? Real people or Internet surfers?